Halloween Crochet – Scary Blanket and Pillow Patterns
In my last post, I shared Creepy Halloween Crochet Patterns. You can find it here: Halloween Crochet – Creepy Blanket Patterns (+FREE PATTERN)
There I also shared FREE PDF Download Pennywise Crochet Blanket and Pillow Pattern. Click on the link above, and you will access the article.
Today I want to share another set of Halloween Crochet Pattern with you, but this time not so creepy; they are more Scary Cute. 🙂
All of them are from my Etsy shop PrettyThingsByKatja.
All my Halloween and Fall Crochet patterns are on sale this month (October 2020), but because you are my reader, I want to give you a special discount code: BESTOFCROCHET. Use it, and get 20% off on all of my patterns. I am adding new ones every day, so make sure you put my shop into favorites and stay on top of things.
Halloween is a celebration of all things spooky, and it is surrounded by a few odd traditions like trick-or-treating and pumpkin carving. I have written about Halloween origin in my previous post, and here are some fun facts.
Old English folklore about Halloween is full of superstition and fortune-telling that still lingers today, like bobbing for apples or avoiding black cats. One piece of folklore says that if a young unmarried person walks down the stairs backward at midnight while holding a mirror, the face that appears in the mirror will be their next lover. (Don’t try this at home.)
Did you know that Michael Myers’ mask is a William Shatner mask?
The classic 1978 horror film “Halloween” can be easily recognized in just one image: the psychotic Michael Myers in his iconic pale-faced mask. Without a doubt, it’s one chilling look that has struck terror into the hearts of partying teens in slasher flicks.
The movie was actually filmed on such a tight budget that the crew used the cheapest mask they could find: a $2 Star Trek Captain James Kirk mask. They spray painted it white and reshaped the eye holes, making William Shatner look incredibly creepy.
Did you know that The White House is haunted?
The United States’ most famous address has had several reports of ghostly appearances and eerie sounds. The most common ghost sighting is Abraham Lincoln, who has been spotted by First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands, and Sir Winston Churchill. Other paranormal guests include Andrew Jackson, David Burns, and Abigail Adams.
Ok, enough of the fun facts today, let’s go to the patterns.
The first one I want to share with you is:
Crochet Halloween Bat Pattern
This cute Little Bat is a graph pattern with written instructions for the C2C crochet blanket. The bundle also includes a Tapestry Crochet pattern for a Crochet blanket and instructions on how to make a Crochet pillow. You can use the technique you like better.
To get the Little Bat with big eyes, click on the link or the photo below.
Crochet Witch Pattern
This Cute Witch is a Graph Pattern with Written Instructions for Crochet Blanket and Crochet Pillow.
All my Tapestry Crochet Patterns are delivered in a pdf format that includes:
– Written instructions row by row, alternating right to the left; they also have indicated Right and Wrong site.
– A full-size graph which prints out in multiple pages
– Graph scaled down to print on one page
– Basic instructions for the SC Graph and Instructions on how to do Tapestry Crochet.
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Find the pattern on the link here or click on the photo.
Crochet Halloween Cat
You can’t have Halloween without a black cat. I have written a little about black cats in my previous post, but here is a fun fact I bet you didn’t know. The people of Scotland told stories of a fairy creature named Sìth, a black cat that was infamous for stealing souls from dead bodies before the soul could find its proper way to the afterlife. In many of these stories, the black cat Sìth would use these souls to take on human form as a witch.
To get my Black Cat Blanket and Pillow pattern, click on the link or the photo below.
Trick Or Treat Halloween Crochet Decor
Back in the day, revelers couldn’t just show up on a doorstep and demand candy; they had to entertain for it. In Middle Ages Britain, poor kids went door-to-door dressed in disguise on All Hallow’s Eve, singing, dancing, telling jokes, and reciting poetry in exchange for food, wine, and money. Irish and Scottish immigrants revived the tradition in 19th century America, turning it more or less into the trick-or-treating we know now.
To get this cute Halloween Crochet Blanket and Pillow pattern click on the link or the photo below.
Halloween Crochet Spider
A lot of people are afraid of the spiders, so this one disguised himself into a witch. 🙂
How did he do? Do you think your Halloween would be happier with this Cute Spider by your side?
Happy Halloween Spider is a Graph Pattern with Written Instructions for Crochet Blanket and Crochet Pillow. You can get it here, or click the photo below.
Halloween Crochet Ghost Pattern
As I mentioned above, the White House is haunted. If you want your home to be spooked, but with a cute ghost, here is a pattern for you.
This C2C blanket pattern also includes Tapestry Crochet written instructions for a blanket and instruction on making a pillow.
To get it, click here or the photo below.
Halloween Crochet Ghosts
If the ghost above does not scare you, here is a group of spirits that will help you create a haunting house scene.
This is also a C2C blanket pattern, with Tapestry Crochet instructions for afghan and a pillow. You can use the technique you like better.
To get it, click here or the photo below.
Thank you for reading all the way through the end. If you are more of a Creepy Halloween fan, you can find a FREE PDF Scary Clown pattern here. The Scary Clown pattern was inspired by the Pennywise the Dancing Clown from the movie It.
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